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by Lemmy Kilmister,Jake Brown

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ISBN:
1844548503
Author:
Lemmy Kilmister,Jake Brown
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
John Blake (April 1, 2010)
Pages:
256 pages
EPUB book:
1200 kb
FB2 book:
1904 kb
DJVU:
1548 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
505


Lemmy Kilmister (1945-2015) was a musician and singer whose music was one of the foundations of heavy metal.

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Motorhead : In the Studio. by Lemmy Kilmister and Jake Brown. Motorhead have always been a band whose reputation for the rock 'n' roll lifestyle precedes them, but along the way they have also accumulated an impressive Grammy winning back catalogue full of classic songs. Here their creation is explored via exclusive interviews.

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Lemmy and Motorhead: In the Studio (Paperback). Published by John Blake Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom (2017). ISBN 10: 1786061244 ISBN 13: 9781786061249. Lemmy, who succumbed to an aggressive cancer in December 2015, mere days after his diagnosis, was Motorhead's founder, sole constant member, vocalist, bassist, songwriter and a hard rock folk hero.

Jake Brown is the author of Heart: In the Studio, Iron Maiden: In the Studio, and Rick Rubin: In the Studio. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Lemmy, who succumbed to an aggressive cancer in December 2015, mere days after his diagnosis, was Motorhead's founder, sole constant member, vocalist, bassist, songwriter and a hard rock folk hero.

Motörhead has always been a band whose reputation for the rock'n'roll lifestyle precedes them, but along the way they have also accumulated an impressive, Grammy-winning catalog classic songs—and for the first time their creation is explored via exclusive interviews in this authorized account of the band in the studio. From unpromising beginnings, voted one of the worst bands in the world and close to giving up, Motörhead has proved themselves to be endlessly creative and have gone to enjoy phenomenal success. Well into their fourth decade, they showing no sign of slowing down, and they have inspired generations of multiplatinum metal offspring with a sound as instantly recognizable as it is uncompromising. Fans of Motörhead can even live out their own hard-rocking fantasies by playing as Lemmy in Guitar Hero. Motörhead is as relevant as ever and the story behind their incredible output makes for riveting reading. Together with insight from fellow band members, crew, and producers, here are all the stories behind such classic albums as Ace of Spades, Bomber, and Overkill.
  • Fountain_tenderness
"Motorhead: In the Studio" by Jake Brown, Lemmy Kilmister. A good size book at 254 pages that covers every Motorhead album from the first to "Motorizer" There is good details covering each album as Lemmy talks about each on of them. I am a huge Motorhead fan, and there were things that I read that I didn't know before. Included are some cool "not seen before photos", but I would rather have liked to have seen some photos that included each album that was being discussed.A great book worth the read, and a must have for any Motorhead fan. "Get this one today."
  • Painwind
Story's and technical talk about the methods used in recording each album, talks about producers engineers etc. If u love motorhead it will interest you.
  • Thetalen
I don't expect much from a rock bio. To paraphrase Zappa, rock bios are written by people who can't write about people who can't speak for people who can't read. This one is the worst of the lot. Excerpts clumsily and heavily from Lemmy's autobiography, commonly available DVD's, and websites. Absolutely nothing new. The worst Motorhead book on the market. You don't need this.
  • Balhala
Essential for any serious Moorhead collection.